Under Age WA 2023 Draft/18's Prospects - Western Australia’s junior footy talent

allyearround

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Went to watch the East Freo colts yesterday. Genuinely surprised at where they are at. Not competitive at all. Claremont not a particularly dominant team this year either so shouldn’t have been given such a hiding. Normally such a solid talent program, developing very good footballers. Anybody got any insight as to why they are struggling so much this year?
 

Freezin

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Went to watch the East Freo colts yesterday. Genuinely surprised at where they are at. Not competitive at all. Claremont not a particularly dominant team this year either so shouldn’t have been given such a hiding. Normally such a solid talent program, developing very good footballers. Anybody got any insight as to why they are struggling so much this year?
TBH the EF colts teams this year, have been the smallest in height, I have noticed in years....up to 6 players 175cm or less regularly playing most weeks.....young Bailey Morgan 186cm and 15 yrs old played periods in the ruck v Cl 2 x 198/200cm rucks.....no regular key forward of any decent height this year bar Praxl and O'Reilly...the latter played reserves to help cover EF lack of height up in that grade.

EF two key defenders v Cl yesterday were under 190cm in height, playing against Cl multiple 196cm + forwards....hopefully next year EF can find a bit more height around those key positions.....got some good mid 185 -188 cm youngsters in Urquhart, Petersen, Morgan, Cocking, Cattalini etc to work with.
 

allyearround

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TBH the EF colts teams this year, have been the smallest in height, I have noticed in years....up to 6 players 175cm or less regularly playing most weeks.....young Bailey Morgan 186cm and 15 yrs old played periods in the ruck v Cl 2 x 198/200cm rucks.....no regular key forward of any decent height this year bar Praxl and O'Reilly...the latter played reserves to help cover EF lack of height up in that grade.

EF two key defenders v Cl yesterday were under 190cm in height, playing against Cl multiple 196cm + forwards....hopefully next year EF can find a bit more height around those key positions.....got some good mid 185 -188 cm youngsters in Urquhart, Petersen, Morgan, Cocking, Cattalini etc to work with.
Yes they definitely seemed undersized. Particularly in that backline. That makes sense. Morgan a genuine talent but was surprised to see him rucking. They certainly have some very good footballers coming through.
 

OWAAT69

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Aug 4, 2020
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Went to watch the East Freo colts yesterday. Genuinely surprised at where they are at. Not competitive at all. Claremont not a particularly dominant team this year either so shouldn’t have been given such a hiding. Normally such a solid talent program, developing very good footballers. Anybody got any insight as to why they are struggling so much this year?
...Claremont had a dominate side yesterday with the return of their PSA players, including 5 18's rep players, as did East Fremantle with no 18s reps playing, Claremont's PSA players and 04 born have better ability and height for mine than the Sharks. EF had 13 players born 05/06 in their side yesterday - CL had 7, true they need some height and ability in KP and rucks for next year.
 

Freezin

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Not sure where McManus or Otto were yesterday, both lads 192cm +, I guess EF colts sides of late have been spoilt with some quality talls in the likes of Jackson, Jack Williams, McGuire etc over the last few years...can see Kaleb Smith joining the likes of Cleaver and Hagan in the draft later this year.....not sure Yeo has enough upside to be considered, though I reckon Yeo and Jayke Scott will go close to winning EF colts F&B this year. For a pretty small and young side, the team has only really tailed off in performance over the last few weeks, especially with players getting promoted to the league and reserves side of late
 
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Futbolista

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May 15, 2012
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2005 DOB players in 2022 WAFL Colts/PSA Updated After Round 19

1=Koltyn Tholstrup (S)
1=Daniel Curtin
(CL/PSA)
3-Riley Hardeman (SD)
4-Coen Livingstone
(P/PSA)
5-Koen Sanchez (EF/PSA)
6-Mitchell Edwards (PT)
7-
Reece Torrent (PT)
8-Jack Saunders (SD)
9-Clay Hall (PT)
10-Aiden O'Driscoll (P/PSA)
11-Ethan Logan (PT)

12-Mitchell Williams (EP)
13-Dylan O'Dea (S)
14-Lance Collard (S)
15-Bailey Harbour (EP)

16-Kobe Austin (EF/PSA)
17-Eli Alexander (WP)
18-Adam De Masi (EP/PSA)
19-Luke Kelly (SD/PSA)
20-Jacob Whan (SF)
21-Xavier Walsh (EP/PSA)
22-Kai Dehavilland (CL)
23-Mitchell Keene
(P/PSA)
24-Jett Sibosado (CL/PSA)
25-Riley Mayfield (S)
26-Jared Filmer (EF)
27-Zane Wearing (PT)
28-Evan Smith (SD)
29-Aiden Riddle (CL/PSA)
30-Luker Kentfield (S)
31-Zac Petersen (EF)

32-Quayden Roe (P)

33-Bailey.Banfield (CL/PSA)
34-Lachlan MacRae (S)

35-Alexio Yiannakis (EP)
36-Tyzreise Clark (S)
37-Louis Tangney
(CL)
38-Elijah Scoble (P)
39-Patrick Shaw (EF)
40-Max Willson (CL)
41-Tristen Burgess (SD)
42-Presley Campbell (EF/PSA)
43-Judd Kelman (S)
44-Ruben Hawksley (SF)
45-Riley Crane (S)

46-Joseph Harp (P)
47-Tyler Lindberg (EP)

48-Chadd Dunscombe (EF)
49-Jai Cahill (SD)
50=Jasper Peace (CL)
50=Codan Daddow (WP)

Others to keep an eye on - Matt Thomson (PT), Oliver Sills (SD/PSA), Eden Gomersall (P), Darcy Clarke (PT), Jett O'Rourke (EP/PSA), Tom Taylor (SD/PSA), Ashton Ferreira (SF), Travis Shearer (S/PSA), Cruz Woodley (S), Sam Van Rooyen (CL), Isaiah Hayden (SF), Tyler Messina (EF/PSA), Rudy Webster (SF/PSA), Noah Murray (P), Cooper Kelly (PT), Lewis Nannup (EP/PSA), Tjad Gianoncelli (WP), Codey Stanley (EP), Callan Albrecht (EF), Ezra Jones (EF), Jack Eastaugh (EF/PSA), Liam Piper (SF), Joe Matthews (CL/PSA), Lucas O'Keefe (EF), Anton Hanson (SF), Blake Bombardieri (SD), Sullivan Moody (CL/PSA), Nick Langsford (CL/PSA), Jay Keeling (S), Ben Parasiliti (EF/PSA), Austin Chapman (S), Lachlan Hart (PT), Kyle Wilcox (WP/PSA), Max York (SD/PSA), Mitchell Geier (SF)


2005 DOB players in 2022 WAFL Colts
Votes provided by the WAFL match stats page/coaches votes and an observer watching each game (Volunteers welcome)
*** = 2006 DOB

Leaderboard Games Votes Ave Votes Goals Coen Livingstone (P) 4 26 6.50 3 Riley Hardeman (SD) 6 33 5.50 1 Aiden O'Driscoll (P) 5 26 5.20 3 Judd Kelman (S) 1 5 5.00 - Koltyn Tholstrup (S) 10 48 4.80 23 Jack Saunders (SD) 10 42 4.20 2 Luke Kelly (SD) 6 25 4.16 2 Dylan O'Dea (S) 12 43 3.58 - Eli Alexander (WP) 5 14 2.80 9 Reece Torrent (PT) 14 35 2.50 7 Daniel Curtin (CL) 4 10 2.50 3 Riley Mayfield (S) 9 21 2.33 6 Mitchell Edwards (PT) 9 21 2.33 3 Presley Campbell (EF) 3 7 2.33 - Oliver Sills (SD) 4 9 2.25 - Mitchell Williams (EP) 10 22 2.20 21 Ethan Logan (PT) 8 17 2.12 3 Elijah Scoble (P) 10 21 2.10 1 Alexio Yiannakis (EP) 12 23 1.91 15 Clay Hall (PT) 13 24 1.84 4 Mitchell Keene (P) 6 11 1.83 - Bailey Harbour (EP) 12 21 1.75 1 Liam Piper (SF) 3 5 1.67 1 Lachlan MacRae (S) 15 24 1.60 3 Lance Collard (S) 5 8 1.60 4 Jared Filmer (EF) 14 22 1.57 - Bienfait Kihusa*** (EP) 9 14 1.55 8 Anton Hanson (SF) 4 6 1.50 2 Koopa Walsh*** (S) 2 3 1.50 4 Reuben Keane*** (CL) 2 3 1.50 - Judd Cheshire (SD) 2 3 1.50 - Kai Dehavilland (CL) 13 19 1.46 1 Chadd Dunscombe (EF) 13 18 1.38 2 Evan Smith (SD) 14 19 1.35 6 Jacob Whan (SF) 9 12 1.33 - Max York (SD) 3 4 1.33 2 Xavier Graham (CL) 3 4 1.33 - Blake Bombadieri (SD) 7 9 1.28 - Chayse Martinson*** (SD) 4 5 1.25 1 Aiden Riddle (CL) 4 5 1.25 - Luker Kentfield (S) 10 11 1.10 11 Zane Wearing (PT) 14 15 1.07 2 Louis Tangney (CL) 13 14 1.07 2 Otis Harvey*** (SD) 2 2 1.00 1 Matt Thomson (PT) 7 7 1.00 - Tyler Messina (EF) 3 3 1.00 2 Sullivan Moody (CL) 2 2 1.00 1 Patrick Shaw (EF) 13 11 0.84 8 Darcy Clarke (PT) 13 11 0.84 - Codan Daddow (WP) 4 3 0.75 8 Joe Matthews (CL) 4 3 0.75 2 Rudy Webster (SF) 4 3 0.75 - Max Willson (CL) 15 11 0.73 9 Zac Petersen (EF) 13 9 0.69 - Jesse Taylor (WP) 15 10 0.67 1 Bailey.Banfield (CL) 3 2 0.67 1 Mitchell Geier (SF) 3 2 0.67 1 Jett Sibosado (CL) 3 2 0.67 - Tristen Burgess (SD) 14 9 0.64 3 Noah Murray (P) 13 8 0.61 3 Quayden Roe (P) 11 6 0.54 8
 
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Futbolista

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Next year's potential squad is taking a bit more shape.
Could do with a few bigger mids and defenders though but maybe some of these players will grow.

FF: Koen Sanchez (EF), Eli Alexander (WP)-, Coen Livingstone (P)#
HF: Koltyn Tholstrup (S), Mitch Williams (EP)*, Aiden O'Driscoll (P)^
C: Reece Torrent (PT), Clay Hall (PT)^, Lance Collard (S)
HB: Bailey Harbour (EP), Daniel Curtin (CL), Ethan Logan (PT)
FB: Kobe Austin (EF), Jacob Whan (SF), Dylan O'Dea (S)

Foll: Mitchell Edwards (PT)#, Riley Hardeman (SD)^, Jack Saunders (SD)^

Int: (From) Luke Kelly (SD)^, Xavier Walsh (EP)*, Jett Sibosado (CL), Jared Filmer (EF), Adam De Masi (EP)^, Kai Dehavilland (CL)^

Emer (From) Luker Kentfield (S)-, Mitchell Keene (P)^, Riley Mayfield (S), Zane Wearing (PT)^, Evan Smith (SD)#, Quayden Roe (P)
 
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pushintheback

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Do u think Tholstrup has the leg speed to be HB? Don’t get me wrong he’s a talent but I haven’t seen his speed yet. I liked him fwd in the champs.
 

Futbolista

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Do u think Tholstrup has the leg speed to be HB? Don’t get me wrong he’s a talent but I haven’t seen his speed yet. I liked him fwd in the champs.
Well, two weeks ago he did play in the backline and got BOG v SF. Nah he doesn't have genuine pace from what I can see but he's not slow either and he has different gears which I rate.....the player that seems one paced and tucks it under the arm and goes....to the surprise of the opponent who was expecting one pace - that's awesome.

But I reckon he's exciting as a forward. Mercurial forwards are hard to find.....footy needs goal kickers

The WA 2023 team (depending on who they select) is better....but it's not as AFL athletic/tall/cliched.

I hope they just pick the best - small or not....WA will go close to winning if they do and that will help the "athletes/AFL styled".....(you can quote me on that and shame me later) when I'm wrong.
 

allyearround

Rookie
Jun 7, 2022
47
49
AFL Club
Carlton
Next year's potential squad is taking a bit more shape.
Could do with a few bigger mids and defenders though but maybe some of these players will grow.

FF: Koen Sanchez (EF), Eli Alexander (WP)-, Coen Livingstone (P)#
HF: Koltyn Tholstrup (S), Mitch Williams (EP)*, Aiden O'Driscoll (P)^
C: Reece Torrent (PT), Clay Hall (PT)^, Lance Collard (S)
HB: Bailey Harbour (EP), Daniel Curtin (CL), Ethan Logan (PT)
FB: Kobe Austin (EF), Jacob Whan (SF), Dylan O'Dea (S)

Foll: Mitchell Edwards (PT)#, Riley Hardeman (SD)^, Jack Saunders (SD)^

Int: (From) Luke Kelly (SD)^, Xavier Walsh (EP)*, Jett Sibosado (CL), Jared Filmer (EF), Adam De Masi (EP)^, Kai Dehavilland (CL)^

Emer (From) Luker Kentfield (S)-, Mitchell Keene (P)^, Riley Mayfield (S), Zane Wearing (PT)^, Evan Smith (SD)#, Quayden Roe (P)
Where do you think Dan Curtin is going to end up playing? I see Claremont have been playing him forward for the few games he played this year. Do you think that was due to Claremont’s lack of forwards and abundance of key backs or are they wanting to develop him into a forward.

Genuine talent that I’m looking forward to watching (hopefully) play a full season next year.
 

Futbolista

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Where do you think Dan Curtin is going to end up playing? I see Claremont have been playing him forward for the few games he played this year. Do you think that was due to Claremont’s lack of forwards and abundance of key backs or are they wanting to develop him into a forward.

Genuine talent that I’m looking forward to watching (hopefully) play a full season next year.
Yeah he played really well up forward.

I hope they use him both back and forward next year depending on the team's needs on any given day.

But I'm not sure what the plan is for him.
 

Futbolista

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May 15, 2012
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2005 DOB players in 2022 WAFL Colts/PSA Updated After Round 20

1=Daniel Curtin (CL/PSA)
1=Koltyn Tholstrup (S)
3-Riley Hardeman (SD)
4-Coen Livingstone
(P/PSA)
5-Koen Sanchez (EF/PSA)
6-Mitchell Edwards (PT)
7-Aiden O'Driscoll (P/PSA)
8-Clay Hall (PT)
9-Jack Saunders (SD)

10-Ethan Logan (PT)
11-Reece Torrent (PT)
12-Mitchell Williams (EP)
13-Dylan O'Dea (S)
14-Bailey Harbour (EP)

15-Lance Collard (S)
16-Jacob Whan (SF)

17-Kobe Austin (EF/PSA)
18-Eli Alexander (WP)
19-Adam De Masi (EP/PSA)
20-Luke Kelly (SD/PSA)
21-Xavier Walsh (EP/PSA)
22-Kai Dehavilland (CL)
23-Mitchell Keene
(P/PSA)
24-Jett Sibosado (CL/PSA)
25-Aiden Riddle (CL/PSA)
26-Zane Wearing (PT)
27-Jared Filmer (EF)
28-Evan Smith (SD)
29-Riley Mayfield (S)
30-Lachlan MacRae (S)
31-Luker Kentfield (S)

32-Zac Petersen (EF)
33-Tyzreise Clark (S)

34-Bailey.Banfield (CL/PSA)
35-Quayden Roe (P)

36-Alexio Yiannakis (EP)
37-Louis Tangney (CL)
38-Elijah Scoble (P)
39-Presley Campbell (EF/PSA)
40-Max Willson (CL)
41-Patrick Shaw (EF)
42-Judd Kelman (S)
43-Tristen Burgess (SD)
44-Joseph Harp (P)
45-Riley Crane (S)

46-Ruben Hawksley (SF)
47-Tyler Lindberg (EP)
48-Chadd Dunscombe (EF)
49-Jai Cahill (SD)
50=Jasper Peace (CL)
50=Codan Daddow (WP)
50=Darcy Clarke (PT)
50=Mitchell Geier (SF)

Others to keep an eye on - Matt Thomson (PT), Oliver Sills (SD/PSA), Eden Gomersall (P), Jett O'Rourke (EP/PSA), Tom Taylor (SD/PSA), Ashton Ferreira (SF), Travis Shearer (S/PSA), Cruz Woodley (S), Sam Van Rooyen (CL), Isaiah Hayden (SF), Tyler Messina (EF/PSA), Rudy Webster (SF/PSA), Noah Murray (P), Cooper Kelly (PT), Lewis Nannup (EP/PSA), Tjad Gianoncelli (WP), Codey Stanley (EP), Callan Albrecht (EF), Ezra Jones (EF), Jack Eastaugh (EF/PSA), Liam Piper (SF), Joe Matthews (CL/PSA), Lucas O'Keefe (EF), Anton Hanson (SF), Toby Verney (SF), Blake Bombardieri (SD), Sullivan Moody (CL/PSA), Nick Langsford (CL/PSA), Jay Keeling (S), Ben Parasiliti (EF/PSA), Austin Chapman (S), Lachlan Hart (PT), Kyle Wilcox (WP/PSA), Max York (SD/PSA)


2005 DOB players in 2022 WAFL Colts
Votes provided by the WAFL match stats page/coaches votes and an observer watching each game (Volunteers welcome)
*** = 2006 DOB

Leaderboard Games Votes Ave Votes Goals Coen Livingstone (P) 5 35 7.00 5 Riley Hardeman (SD) 6 33 5.50 1 Judd Kelman (S) 1 5 5.00 - Koltyn Tholstrup (S) 11 48 4.36 23 Aiden O'Driscoll (P) 6 26 4.33 3 Jack Saunders (SD) 11 46 4.18 2 Luke Kelly (SD) 6 25 4.16 2 Dylan O'Dea (S) 13 43 3.30 - Ethan Logan (PT) 9 26 2.88 9 Presley Campbell (EF) 4 11 2.75 - Daniel Curtin (CL) 4 10 2.50 3 Mitchell Edwards (PT) 10 24 2.40 4 Reece Torrent (PT) 15 35 2.33 8 Eli Alexander (WP) 6 14 2.33 10 Mitchell Keene (P) 7 16 2.28 1 Mitchell Williams (EP) 10 22 2.20 21 Riley Mayfield (S) 10 21 2.10 8 Jacob Whan (SF) 10 21 2.10 - Elijah Scoble (P) 11 22 2.00 2 Oliver Sills (SD) 5 9 1.80 - Alexio Yiannakis (EP) 13 23 1.76 15 Bailey Harbour (EP) 13 23 1.76 1 Evan Smith (SD) 15 26 1.73 8 Clay Hall (PT) 14 24 1.71 4 Lance Collard (S) 6 10 1.67 4 Liam Piper (SF) 3 5 1.67 1 Bienfait Kihusa*** (EP) 9 14 1.55 8 Lachlan MacRae (S) 16 24 1.50 3 Koopa Walsh*** (S) 2 3 1.50 4 Reuben Keane*** (CL) 2 3 1.50 - Judd Cheshire (SD) 2 3 1.50 - Jared Filmer (EF) 15 22 1.46 - Kai Dehavilland (CL) 13 19 1.46 1 Chadd Dunscombe (EF) 13 18 1.38 2 Xavier Graham (CL) 3 4 1.33 - Chayse Martinson*** (SD) 4 5 1.25 1 Aiden Riddle (CL) 4 5 1.25 - Anton Hanson (SF) 5 6 1.20 2 Blake Bombadieri (SD) 8 9 1.12 - Luker Kentfield (S) 10 11 1.10 11 Zane Wearing (PT) 14 15 1.07 2 Louis Tangney (CL) 13 14 1.07 2 Max York (SD) 4 4 1.00 2 Otis Harvey*** (SD) 2 2 1.00 1 Sullivan Moody (CL) 2 2 1.00 1 Matt Thomson (PT) 8 7 0.87 - Patrick Shaw (EF) 13 11 0.84 8 Cruz Woodley (S) 11 9 0.81 2 Darcy Clarke (PT) 14 11 0.78 - Tyler Messina (EF) 4 3 0.75 3 Joe Matthews (CL) 4 3 0.75 2 Rudy Webster (SF) 4 3 0.75 - Max Willson (CL) 15 11 0.73 9 Bailey.Banfield (CL) 3 2 0.67 1 Jett Sibosado (CL) 3 2 0.67 - Zac Petersen (EF) 14 9 0.64 - Jesse Taylor (WP) 16 10 0.62 1 Tristen Burgess (SD) 15 9 0.60 3 Codan Daddow (WP) 5 3 0.60 9 Noah Murray (P) 14 8 0.57 3 Quayden Roe (P) 11 6 0.54 8
 
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ChasingFlags25

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2005 DOB players in 2022 WAFL Colts/PSA Updated After Round 20

1=Koltyn Tholstrup (S)
1=Daniel Curtin
(CL/PSA)
3-Riley Hardeman (SD)
4-Coen Livingstone
(P/PSA)
5-Koen Sanchez (EF/PSA)
6-Mitchell Edwards (PT)
7-Jack Saunders (SD)
8-Reece Torrent (PT)
9-Clay Hall (PT)
10-Aiden O'Driscoll (P/PSA)
11-Ethan Logan (PT)

12-Mitchell Williams (EP)
13-Dylan O'Dea (S)
14-Lance Collard (S)
15-Bailey Harbour
(EP)

16-Jacob Whan (SF)
17-Kobe Austin (EF/PSA)
18-Eli Alexander (WP)
19-Adam De Masi (EP/PSA)
20-Luke Kelly (SD/PSA)
21-Xavier Walsh (EP/PSA)
22-Kai Dehavilland (CL)
23-Mitchell Keene
(P/PSA)
24-Jett Sibosado (CL/PSA)
25-Riley Mayfield (S)
26-Jared Filmer (EF)
27-Zane Wearing (PT)
28-Evan Smith (SD)
29-Luker Kentfield (S)
30-Aiden Riddle (CL/PSA)

31-Zac Petersen (EF)

32-Bailey.Banfield (CL/PSA)
33-Lachlan MacRae (S)

34-Quayden Roe (P)
35-Alexio Yiannakis (EP)
36-Louis Tangney (CL)
37-Elijah Scoble (P)
38-Tyzreise Clark (S)
39-Max Willson (CL)
40-Presley Campbell (EF/PSA)
41-Patrick Shaw (EF)
42-Judd Kelman (S)
43-Tristen Burgess (SD)
44-Riley Crane (S)
45-Joseph Harp (P)
46-Ruben Hawksley (SF)

47-Tyler Lindberg (EP)
48-Chadd Dunscombe (EF)
49-Jai Cahill (SD)
50=Jasper Peace (CL)
50=Codan Daddow (WP)
50=Mitchell Geier (SF)

Others to keep an eye on - Matt Thomson (PT), Oliver Sills (SD/PSA), Eden Gomersall (P), Darcy Clarke (PT), Jett O'Rourke (EP/PSA), Tom Taylor (SD/PSA), Ashton Ferreira (SF), Travis Shearer (S/PSA), Cruz Woodley (S), Sam Van Rooyen (CL), Isaiah Hayden (SF), Tyler Messina (EF/PSA), Rudy Webster (SF/PSA), Noah Murray (P), Cooper Kelly (PT), Lewis Nannup (EP/PSA), Tjad Gianoncelli (WP), Codey Stanley (EP), Callan Albrecht (EF), Ezra Jones (EF), Jack Eastaugh (EF/PSA), Liam Piper (SF), Joe Matthews (CL/PSA), Lucas O'Keefe (EF), Anton Hanson (SF), Blake Bombardieri (SD), Sullivan Moody (CL/PSA), Nick Langsford (CL/PSA), Jay Keeling (S), Ben Parasiliti (EF/PSA), Austin Chapman (S), Lachlan Hart (PT), Kyle Wilcox (WP/PSA), Max York (SD/PSA)


2005 DOB players in 2022 WAFL Colts
Votes provided by the WAFL match stats page/coaches votes and an observer watching each game (Volunteers welcome)
*** = 2006 DOB

Leaderboard Games Votes Ave Votes Goals Coen Livingstone (P) 5 35 7.00 5 Riley Hardeman (SD) 6 33 5.50 1 Judd Kelman (S) 1 5 5.00 - Koltyn Tholstrup (S) 11 48 4.36 23 Aiden O'Driscoll (P) 6 26 4.33 3 Jack Saunders (SD) 11 46 4.18 2 Luke Kelly (SD) 6 25 4.16 2 Dylan O'Dea (S) 13 43 3.30 - Ethan Logan (PT) 9 26 2.88 9 Presley Campbell (EF) 4 11 2.75 - Daniel Curtin (CL) 4 10 2.50 3 Mitchell Edwards (PT) 10 24 2.40 4 Reece Torrent (PT) 15 35 2.33 8 Eli Alexander (WP) 6 14 2.33 10 Mitchell Keene (P) 7 16 2.28 1 Mitchell Williams (EP) 10 22 2.20 21 Riley Mayfield (S) 10 21 2.10 8 Jacob Whan (SF) 10 21 2.10 - Elijah Scoble (P) 11 22 2.00 2 Oliver Sills (SD) 5 9 1.80 - Alexio Yiannakis (EP) 13 23 1.76 15 Bailey Harbour (EP) 13 23 1.76 1 Evan Smith (SD) 15 26 1.73 8 Clay Hall (PT) 14 24 1.71 4 Lance Collard (S) 6 10 1.67 4 Liam Piper (SF) 3 5 1.67 1 Bienfait Kihusa*** (EP) 9 14 1.55 8 Lachlan MacRae (S) 16 24 1.50 3 Koopa Walsh*** (S) 2 3 1.50 4 Reuben Keane*** (CL) 2 3 1.50 - Judd Cheshire (SD) 2 3 1.50 - Jared Filmer (EF) 15 22 1.46 - Kai Dehavilland (CL) 13 19 1.46 1 Chadd Dunscombe (EF) 13 18 1.38 2 Xavier Graham (CL) 3 4 1.33 - Chayse Martinson*** (SD) 4 5 1.25 1 Aiden Riddle (CL) 4 5 1.25 - Anton Hanson (SF) 5 6 1.20 2 Blake Bombadieri (SD) 8 9 1.12 - Luker Kentfield (S) 10 11 1.10 11 Zane Wearing (PT) 14 15 1.07 2 Louis Tangney (CL) 13 14 1.07 2 Max York (SD) 4 4 1.00 2 Otis Harvey*** (SD) 2 2 1.00 1 Sullivan Moody (CL) 2 2 1.00 1 Matt Thomson (PT) 8 7 0.87 - Patrick Shaw (EF) 13 11 0.84 8 Cruz Woodley (S) 11 9 0.81 2 Darcy Clarke (PT) 14 11 0.78 - Tyler Messina (EF) 4 3 0.75 3 Joe Matthews (CL) 4 3 0.75 2 Rudy Webster (SF) 4 3 0.75 - Max Willson (CL) 15 11 0.73 9 Bailey.Banfield (CL) 3 2 0.67 1 Jett Sibosado (CL) 3 2 0.67 - Zac Petersen (EF) 14 9 0.64 - Jesse Taylor (WP) 16 10 0.62 1 Tristen Burgess (SD) 15 9 0.60 3 Codan Daddow (WP) 5 3 0.60 9 Noah Murray (P) 14 8 0.57 3 Quayden Roe (P) 11 6 0.54 8
Great work with these lists mate, enjoy following along each week!

One young Subiaco midfielder to watch out for is Lachlan Macrae. Goes under the radar a little I reckon playing as a 17 year old in a midfield with Franchesini (19), Murison (18), Googe (18). He’s played every game this year, tough, inside/outside, highly effective by foot. Does everything right and looks to do everything the coaches are asking, been in the best 2 in three of the last 4 games.
Unfortunately looked to roll his ankle pretty badly on the weekend in the win against WP. So most likely won’t see him in the finals, a real loss along with Collard (another concussion)and Odea (hammy).

Another year older, stronger and more confidence next year, will see young Macrae dominate colts level next year!

 

Futbolista

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Where does Bailey.Banfield (CL) fit into this list? I've only seen him play his three colts games and he didn't stand out. It's difficult to get a take on him. Does he dominate PSA football?
 

allyearround

Rookie
Jun 7, 2022
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Carlton
Where does Bailey.Banfield (CL) fit into this list? I've only seen him play his three colts games and he didn't stand out. It's difficult to get a take on him. Does he dominate PSA football?
Bailey is a hard working midfielder who as you would expect is a little on the smaller side. Doesn’t dominate PSA but is a solid contributor. I would have Jett Sibosado rated higher than him at this stage.
 

Futbolista

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Bailey is a hard working midfielder who as you would expect is a little on the smaller side. Doesn’t dominate PSA but is a solid contributor. I would have Jett Sibosado rated higher than him at this stage.
Ok thanks......I'll keep the list as it is for now but have pushed Aiden Riddle up quite a bit. Every time I watch him he's better than the last time. I guess if I understand things PSA players born July-Dec 2005 will still play school footy next year so won't see much of him in 2023 but he's exciting.

So incredibly WA have Coen Livingstone (P), Mitch Edwards (PT), Aiden Riddle (CL), Evan Smith (SD), Luker Kentfield (S) and Eden Gomersall (P) all ruck/KP in one year.

On the other hand.

Shame WA doesn't have many key defenders - especially if Daniel Curtin (CL) is spending time forward, Xavier Walsh (EP) not playing a single colts game and Kobe Austin (EF) with injury concerns.

Everything else looks pretty good. Maybe missing big mids in the style of Ginbey, Allan and Bevan though. Smaller mids will have to do the job. Clay Hall (PT) is the exception.
 

allyearround

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Carlton
Ok thanks......I'll keep the list as it is for now but have pushed Aiden Riddle up quite a bit. Every time I watch him he's better than the last time. I guess if I understand things PSA players born July-Dec 2005 will still play school footy next year so won't see much of him in 2023 but he's exciting.

So incredibly WA have Coen Livingstone (P), Mitch Edwards (PT), Aiden Riddle (CL), Evan Smith (SD), Luker Kentfield (S) and Eden Gomersall (P) all ruck/KP in one year.

On the other hand.

Shame WA doesn't have many key defenders - especially if Daniel Curtin (CL) is spending time forward, Xavier Walsh (EP) not playing a single colts game and Kobe Austin (EF) with injury concerns.

Everything else looks pretty good. Maybe missing big mids in the style of Ginbey, Allan and Bevan though. Smaller mids will have to do the job. Clay Hall (PT) is the exception.
Next year looking very exciting.

You are correct. 2005 jul-dec will play very little colts. Not ideal if you turn 18 in yr 12 and attend a PSA school as you get very limited colts exposure.

Riddle had an interesting year. Played quite well for colts in the few games he played but my understanding is he struggled at PSA level. He will be an interesting one to watch develop next year.
 

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Draftee
Sep 7, 2022
3
6
AFL Club
Hawthorn
Ok thanks......I'll keep the list as it is for now but have pushed Aiden Riddle up quite a bit. Every time I watch him he's better than the last time. I guess if I understand things PSA players born July-Dec 2005 will still play school footy next year so won't see much of him in 2023 but he's exciting.

So incredibly WA have Coen Livingstone (P), Mitch Edwards (PT), Aiden Riddle (CL), Evan Smith (SD), Luker Kentfield (S) and Eden Gomersall (P) all ruck/KP in one year.

On the other hand.

Shame WA doesn't have many key defenders - especially if Daniel Curtin (CL) is spending time forward, Xavier Walsh (EP) not playing a single colts game and Kobe Austin (EF) with injury concerns.

Everything else looks pretty good. Maybe missing big mids in the style of Ginbey, Allan and Bevan though. Smaller mids will have to do the job. Clay Hall (PT) is the exception.
Souths have a big body 05 mid who only played 2 games this year. Awarded the district F&B this year.
 

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Draftee
Sep 7, 2022
3
6
AFL Club
Hawthorn
Toby Verney? Interesting. Is he one to watch out for to play more midfield next season without Connor, Wilson, and O'Hehir in front of him? Would slot in nicely with Ferreira.
That's him. Souths had/have a very strong midfield this year. Connor is 03 and thinking both Wilson and O'Hehir may elevate to the senior squad after strong performances this season.
 

ROYAL EAGLE

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Ok thanks......I'll keep the list as it is for now but have pushed Aiden Riddle up quite a bit. Every time I watch him he's better than the last time. I guess if I understand things PSA players born July-Dec 2005 will still play school footy next year so won't see much of him in 2023 but he's exciting.

So incredibly WA have Coen Livingstone (P), Mitch Edwards (PT), Aiden Riddle (CL), Evan Smith (SD), Luker Kentfield (S) and Eden Gomersall (P) all ruck/KP in one year.

On the other hand.

Shame WA doesn't have many key defenders - especially if Daniel Curtin (CL) is spending time forward, Xavier Walsh (EP) not playing a single colts game and Kobe Austin (EF) with injury concerns.

Everything else looks pretty good. Maybe missing big mids in the style of Ginbey, Allan and Bevan though. Smaller mids will have to do the job. Clay Hall (PT) is the exception.
Gomersall is one i look forward to next year moves like a midfielder and is 200cm + still growing

Coen Livingstone improvement has been remarkable at the end of this season, he is one too watch next year.
I think he is pretty special.
I think he can go top 5 for WA next year if he has the type of season I expect, his confidence is growing love his aggression
I watched him thinking he attacks the footy like Tom Lynch
 
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Futbolista

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Gomersall is one i look forward to next year moves like a midfielder and is 200cm + still growing

Coen Livingstone improvement has been remarkable at the end of this season, he is one too watch next year.
I think he is pretty special.
I think he can go top 5 next year if he has the type of season I expect, his confidence is growing love his aggression
I watched him thinking he attacks the footy like Tom Lynch
Yeah mate, I also see something in Eden Gomersall. Great mover for 200cm. If he can just get a bit more of the ball and impact games he could be anything.